Ecumenism, Memory, and German Nationalism, 1817-1917

Ecumenism, Memory, and German Nationalism, 1817-1917

2014 | 210 Pages | ISBN: 081565250X | PDF | 7 MB

Explores the relationship among the German confessional divide, collective memories of religion, and the construction of German national identity and difference. It argues that nineteenth-century proponents of church unity used and abused memories of Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation to espouse German religious unity, which would then serve as a catalyst for German national unification. "Historians of nineteenth-century German national identity tend to emphasize confessional conflict, above all between Protestants and Catholics. In this wide-ranging book, Stan Landry spotlights an important new side to the story."-Brian Vick, author of Defining Germany Stan M. Landry is a lecturer in history at Arizona State University. His work has appeared in numerous journals, including Church History, Journal of Religion and Society, Lutheran Quarterly, and Religious Studies Review.


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